Day: February 15, 2017

Fencing sweeps Northeast Fencing Conference opponents

By Fiona MacLeod – 2 years ago

Starting off the season with a 14 game winning streak, the Vassar men’s fencing team has maintained a remarkable season record of 28-9. This past Saturday, the Brewers faced off…

Soccer players threatened by lack of concussion policy

By Desmond Curran – 2 years ago

Let us go back to the final of the 2014 World Cup. Germany was matched against Argentina, a clash between two frontrunners of international soccer. After just 17 minutes, German…

High hopes for Yankees as MLB spring training begins

By Robert Pinataro – 2 years ago

On Tuesday, Feb. 14th, the day that baseball fans have been waiting for finally arrived: pitchers and catchers reported to spring training for most Major League baseball teams. This day…

Squash makes a racquet after Seven Sisters performance

By Kelly Pushie – 2 years ago

The women’s squash team traveled to South Hadley, MA, to compete in the Seven Sisters Championship this past Saturday, Feb. 11th. Competing against Wellesley College, Smith College and Mount Holyoke…

Alternative facts: why worry?

By Don Foster – 2 years ago

Editor’s note: This is a response to “More nuance needed in discussion of Vassar’s finances,” written by Joshua Sherman ’16 published in the Opinions Section on Feb. 1, 2017. Sherman’s…

Trump’s rhetoric may have saved PRI

By Sylvan Perlmutter – 2 years ago

For all of Trump’s posturing and threats against Mexico, he might have saved the ruling party, PRI, from certain defeat in the next elections. Enrique Peña Nieto, the current president…

Political discourse requires more nuance

By Andrew Solender – 2 years ago

If you have discussed or witnessed any discussion on politics since the beginning of the Trump era, you will have noticed that something is missing. Maybe it’s all the ad…